The Throwers Ten Program Part 2 – 5-minute Warm-Up

In Part 1, we discussed the Thrower’s Ten Program and provided a video that walks you through the program with your patients and athletes. In Part 2, we’ll go through a warm-up for your over-head athletes/patients. The Thrower’s Ten Program has been shown to address the three most significant causes of shoulder and elbow problems in throwing: decreased arm strength, …

Dr. Kevin Wilk

Dr. Kevin Wilk

PT, DPT, FAPTA

Exercise Progression for Posture Month

May Is Posture Month Due to excessive usage of smartphones and tablets, forward head posture seems to have become a major health issue. Use Posture Month as an opportunity to educate your patients on the importance of good posture. You can also utilize our posture challenge to give them a kick-start for a life with more exercise and better posture. …

Dave Cruz Webexercises Patient At Home Exercises

Dr. Dave Cruz

Doctor of Chiropractic, CSCS, CES, PES, founder of WebExercises

The Training Benefits of Nasal Breathing

It’s all in the nose. For all general purposes, we are intended to inhale and exhale through our noses. By design, our mighty noses, with hair, sinuses and mucus, are designed to filter the air we breathe. As we breathe, the nose is constantly exposed to inhaled debris and microbes (viruses, bacteria, and fungus). When we breathe through the nose, …

Brian Mackenzie

Founder & Creative Director at Power Speed Endurance, Co-Founder of SportsFuel, Co-Founder XPT Life

How one PT combined Pilates with PT to help grow her business

How one PT combined Pilates with PT to help her patients and grow her business Sara Baker was studying physical therapy at the University of Alabama at Birmingham when she first heard of Pilates. After graduating from PT school she tried a few classes and liked them, but had a suspicion that there was more to the practice of Pilates …

Sara Baker

PT, Founder and President: Inspire Health

One Big Mistake to Avoid When Starting Your Practice

I was at CSM recently, and while I was there the most common question I got from young PT’s was: “How much should I pay in rent when I am sub-leasing a space.” So this week I wanted to take a minute to talk about a big mistake I see new practitioners make when starting out: Paying rent based on …

Dr. Danny Matta

PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS; founder and owner of Athletes' Potential; Director of MobilityWOD Tactical; Creator of The PT Entrepreneur Podcast

CSM 2019 Recap Part 3 – The PT Profession’s Biggest Fan

Physical Therapists . . . You’ve got no bigger fan than the Surgeon General APTA’s 2019 Combined Sections Meeting Week began in DC with a visit from the U.S. Surgeon General, Vice Admiral Jerome Adams, who spoke to association leaders about opportunities to improve public health. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6KMAWkht2Q U.S. Surgeon General VADM Jerome M. Adams tweeted . . . Excited to …

Did you miss the CSM 2019 show specials in DC?

Did you miss the CSM 2019 show specials in DC? If so, here’s a recap! More than 16,700 PTs, PTAs, and physical therapy students gathered in the nation’s capital for the APTA CSM (Combined Sections Meeting) 2019.   For more info on products mentioned in this article or for info on current product specials, please contact your personal MeyerPT Account …

Sue Falsone PT

Sue Falsone

PT, MS, SCS, ATC, CSCS, COMT, first female head athletic trainer in any of the four major sports in the US

Part 4 of How To Build A Multimillion Dollar Clinic- Lock in Results

In Part 3 of this series on . . .How To Systematically Build A Multimillion Dollar Clinic That Is Highly Sellable . . . Working Way Less . . .we discussed how to Create Patients for Life. In Success Key Part 4, we’ll discuss how to Lock in Results.  I have referenced having “systems” in place several times in this …

Scott Hallman

Scott Hallman

Business Coach, Entrepreneur, Consultant, Speaker, Marketing Strategist

CSM 2019 Recap: What you need to know about Functional Limitation Reporting, MIPS, and what’s around the corner

If you missed this important info at CSM 2019 (APTA Combined Sections Meeting), particularly if you’re in private practice, home health, or a skilled nursing facility, you need to be aware of payment changes that have arrived or are just around the corner. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=49&v=vXjtidH5uP0 For more info on products mentioned in this article or for info on current product specials, …

Help patients stay injury free during the ski season

ACL injuries are among the most common injuries occurring 100,000–200,000 times per year. Among skiers, recreational alpine skiers have the highest incidence of ACL ruptures. Since the majority of these injuries are non-contact, providing patients and clients with a preventative exercise program can limit their risk for injury. Here are some of our favorite ACL injury prevention exercises: #1: Side …

Dave Cruz Webexercises Patient At Home Exercises

Dr. Dave Cruz

Doctor of Chiropractic, CSCS, CES, PES, founder of WebExercises